Cool. This is a thread about real psychology, not pop psychology.
I think the reason why I brought this up is because, in college, when I was younger, more depressed , and more socially awkward, occasionally I would be subject to a five second "Asperger's" diagnosis. None of these people were professional psychologists, and appear to have thought of it as being synonymous with "socially awkward nerdy guy." That's really not what it means.
Asperger's is partially about being really literal, I believe. (which is what you mean about Si, correct?)
Sometimes, it almost seems like I'm too good at understanding the behavior of others. I don't like what I find, so I'll kind of push it to the back of my mind, and then later, I'll discover I was right about that person/situation (moral, listen to my gut more).
I definitely have a few things wrong with me, but Asperger's does not appear to be one of them. Professional psychiatrists agree.